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From Nextgov.com: FAA lacks detailed plan for overhaul of tri-state airspace

It's unclear whether the project can be finished on time and within budget, GAO says .

From Nextgov.com: OMB will require agencies to use Networx

Memo states they must justify by analysis any decision to not switch over to the new telecommunications contract .

DHS technology contract may be headed for a ‘spending spree’

Vehicle for procuring information technology services will be popular for frenzied fourth quarter spending, research firm says.

From Nextgov.com: Agencies progress in identifying, consolidating IT infrastructure

But the line of business needs backup systems and disaster recovery plans to avert shut downs, observers say .

Federal employees are urged not to leave computers running

Turning off machines at night seems like a small step, but the savings could be huge, according to technology companies.

From Nextgov.com: DHS unveils wireless radio for emergency response

D.C. public safety officials will test the technology , but are skeptical that wireless networks will remain open during disasters.

Agencies make the best of tight technology budgets

Two wars, a plunging deficit and a slow economy have made fiscal 2008 a historic year—for all the wrong reasons.

From Nextgov.com: Agencies increase adoption of e-travel services

Northrop Grumman's application has serviced 1 million trips .

From Nextgov.com: Latest cybersecurity threat lies in trusted software and hardware

Justice e-mail is indicative of a larger threat agencies face called supply-chain attacks .

Energy told to tighten cybersecurity policies

IG audit identifies significant issues that could leave classified information vulnerable.

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